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To lie to someone for a reason that is thought to be in their best interest; such as for the sake of sympathy, false hope, or surprise.
"You must jister to your friends that their jokes are good so they won't feel bad", said Nicole.

The parents jistered to their child that Santa Clause was coming to town.

Friends and family will be jistering all day so Benji will be shocked with surprise when they gift him with a surprise birthday party and a car.
by morethanbreathing December 29, 2010
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